For two of the last three Sundays, I have spent time on the subjects of worry and faith--once in the lectionary readings for chapel services and once by request to our youth Sunday School class. The text from the lectionary is Jesus' very familiar teaching from St. Matthew:
“No one can be a slave of two masters, since either . . .
28 March 2019 Update: Since publishing this initial post, I have since revisited and changed some of my opinions on how God's Word translators chose to render traditional theological terms. On the translation of "justification" see here...and on the translation of "grace" see here.
In this third post . . .
In this second post in a multi-part review of God’s Word Translation (GW), we will take a look at the Old Testament as translated in GW. If you are not familiar with GW, please read my first post on the history and philosophy behind GW.
As far as I know, the text layout in all editions of GW is . . .